Jol eyes Jarvis but no bid yet
Fulham are being linked to Wolves winger Matt Jarvis and Cardiff midfielder Peter Whittingham as Martin Jol looks to the Championship.
Cottage boss Jol is lining up players to potentially replace Clint Dempsey and Mousa Dembele if one or both of them are sold this summer and, after scouring the transfer market abroad, has honed in on the English duo.
Wolves want at least £10million for the England-capped winger who can play on either flank but have found that there are a distinct lack of takers at that price.
QPR and Sunderland have been strongly linked to Jarvis without coming up with a bid and Fulham are following a similar line of attack, letting the club and player know of their interest but waiting to make their move.
Jarvis is represented by agent Mark Curtis, and knows that there is also interest from West Ham United if he prefers to move south.
Wolves know Fulham could outbid them all once they know if Dempsey or Dembele are leaving the club as Jol looks to reinvest any transfer fees received in new talent.
Cardiff City have dismissed two offers from Fulham for Whittingham, the latest believed to be £2million, and insisted he is not for sale.